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Legendary Coach Honored

Updated: 04/19/2008 - He's been a coach, a mentor, and a friend to so many. Saturday night, many people gathered to give back to a man they say has given so much.

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New Legislation Increases Inspections Of Amusement Park Rides

Updated: 04/19/2008 - After an accident last year at Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom in Louisville that severed a girls feet, lawmakers have been looking at new legislation that would beef up safety inspections on rides at amusement parks around the state.

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Student-Aid Agency Facing Financial Difficulties

Posted: 04/19/2008 - The agency overseeing Kentucky's college-loan program says it will suspend making loans to first-time borrowers on May 1 until it can secure additional financing.

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Kentucky Residents Jolted By Illinois Quake

Updated: 04/18/2008 - An earthquake that jolted Kentuckians awake early Friday rattled nerves and sent transportation safety crews scurrying into action but resulted in no reported injuries and limited damage.

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Man Arrested On Drug Charges

Posted: 04/18/2008 - A routine welfare check of a child turns into a drug bust in Laurel County.

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911 Dispatchers Appreciation Week

Posted: 04/18/2008 - It's 911 Dispatchers Appreciation Week, and we want to take a moment to recognize the crucial job of those who send help when we're in trouble.

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Gas Prices Continue To Climb

Updated: 04/18/2008 - Some were paying close to $3.50 for a gallon of regular unleaded Friday in Eastern Kentucky. It's affecting everyone's pocketbooks, including the people who protect us.

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Officials Asking For Your Help

Posted: 04/18/2008 - Officials in Rockcastle County are asking for the public's help to care for horses seized in an animal cruelty case.

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Beshear Open To Special Legislative Session

Posted: 04/18/2008 - Gov. Steve Beshear says he would consider calling a special session if lawmakers can agree beforehand on a way to strengthen the state's financially troubled pension system for public employees.

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MSHA Issues Final Rule On Underground Seals

Updated: 04/19/2008 - The nation's coal operators have six months to submit plans for complying with new federal requirements covering stronger seals in underground coal mines.

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Blood Center Giving Away $1,500 in Free Gas

Posted: 04/18/2008 - Blood donors who give blood to the Kentucky Blood Center April 19-May 2 will be automatically entered into drawings to win some of the $1,500 in free gas the blood center is giving away to donors.

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Obama Campaign Opens Pikeville

Posted: 04/18/2008 - The campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has opened an office in Pikeville in eastern Kentucky.

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Tuition Hikes Possible

Posted: 04/17/2008 - Students at Western Kentucky University will be paying a little more to study on the Hill next year. Officials of Eastern Kentucky University will ask the state Board of Regents for an 8 percent tuition increase, beginning in the fall.

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Meth Awareness Seminar Is Held

Updated: 04/18/2008 - Methamphetamine labs are still a big problem in parts of the region and law enforcement officials want you to know how to spot one.

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